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mathLab seminars

Recurrent Zoom link of the seminars:

Date Speaker Room Seminar
November 9, 2022, time 15.00 Stefano Zampini (KAUST) A-133 Device Accelerated Solvers with PETSc. Current Status, Future Perspectives and Applications
November 16, 2022, time 15.00 Robert Nurnberg (Università di Trento) A-131 A generalized DeTurck trick for anisotropic curve shortening flow
November 23, 2022, time 14.00 Lorenzo Mascotto (Università di Milano Bicocca) A-139 Enriching Galerkin methods
December 7, 2022, time 14.00 Andreas Dedner (University of Warwick) A-137 A General Approach for Implementing Virtual Element Schemes
January 24, 2023, time 14.00 Zhaonan Dong (INRIA) A-133 and online A posteriori error analysis for discontinuous Galerkin methods on polygonal and polyhedral meshes
January 25, 2023, time 16.00 Arran Fernandez (Eastern Mediterranean University) online Fractional differential equations: initialisation, singularity, and dimensions
October 24, 2023, time 11.00 Davide Riccobelli, MOX — Politecnico di Milano A-133 Brain mechanics and neurological diseases: exploring insights from mathematical modeling.
November 17, 2023, time 12.00 Francesco Bonaldi (LAMPS — Université de Perpignan) A-134 Darcy flows and contact mechanics in fractured porous media
December 6, 2023, time 16.00 Paolo Piersanti (Indiana University) A-133 Variational Inequalities and their applications in elasticity and glaciology
December 4, 2023, time 15.00 Pablo Alexei Gazca Orozco (Albert-Ludwigs-Universitat Freiburg) A-128-129 Numerical computations and thermodynamically complete models for inelastic behaviour in solids

Numerical Solution of PDEs Using the Finite Element Method

Advanced course dedicated to the Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations through the deal.II Finite Element Library.


Models and applications in Computational Fluid Mechanics

The course refers to the use of computational fluid dynamics techniques to address advanced applications in environmental, cardiovascular and industrial contexts. Each topic will be corroborated by a set of numerical examples to be performed within the open source C++ finite volume library OpenFOAM.

Reduced Order Methods for Computational Mechanics


Mathematics Area, PhD in Mathematical Analysis, Modelling and Applications (AMMA)

Master in High Performance Computing (MHPC)

Lectures Prof Gianluigi Rozza, Tutorials coordinated by Dr Michele Girfoglio, Dr Niccolò Tonicello and Nicola Demo.


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